Biden Returns After Meeting With Governors, But Can’t Finish A Sentence


After talking with the national Governors Association on Thursday, Joe Biden appeared in a press conference, covered by CNN. As usual, the “President-elect” can’t even put a sentence together, which he said as a defense when criticized, he suffered from stuttering and had overcome it. But it appears that stuttering is not the issue, but the fact that he always forgets what he is about to say that many Conservatives believe an early sign of Dementia.

While the Trump campaign continues to expose alleged voter fraud during the 2020 election, Biden is nowhere to be found, but often Tweets about his plans when he gets into the White House. In fact, he already appointed some positions in his prospective administration, including his chief-of-staff and Covid-19 task force team.


“I’m going to — we’re going to impose the — we’re going to enforce the — excuse me, employ the defense, reconstruct the act, to be able to go out there and dictate companies build and do following things,” the 78-year old  former vice president said, talking from Delaware.